Consigli Ruggerio Funeral Home

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Stephen P. Larivee, 70

 

                 


 

                   Stephen P. Larivee, 70, of Milford passed away Saturday, October 18, 2014 at home with his loving family by his side. He was the husband of Karen A. (Burchill) Larivee of 46 years. He was born in Worcester son of the late Walter and Pauline (Gadaire) Larivee and lived in Worcester before moving to Milford in 1972. He was a graduate of North High School in Worcester class of 1962 and also was a graduate of Assumption College class of 1967 where he received his Bachelors of Arts degree.

Stephen retired in 2003 from the Grafton High School where he was employed as an English teacher.  After retirement he was employed in the IT department at Grafton High school until 2011.

In addition to his wife he is survived by his daughter Michelle Larivee of Fort Lauderdale FL and one brother Paul Larivee and his wife Lisa of Vail AZ.

The funeral and burial will be at the convenience of the family.

Memorial contributions may be made in his memory to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Donor Services, P.O. Box 4072 Pittsfield MA 01202 www.lls.org.



 

Guestbook

Steve, Thanks for being a great and quiet bordering neighbor over the many years. And too for you and Karen kindly including us in your infamous and delicious wild pool partys on hot summer days. Secondly, your endless help with IT computer Q & A was well appreiciated. BTW, your outdoor motion lights were never defective, they trip each time I transmit a radio signal, gotcha. :) .
George Spooner Cleveland


Steve, you will be so missed. Your gentle nature, infectious chuckle (which I was caught impersonating a few times, oops), and your warmth as a neighbor meant a lot to me and others you met along your way. I will always think of calling you when I have a computer question - I will do my best without you. If you have any new "heavenly" powers, please use them to keep computer bugs away! We will continue to send warm thoughts and wishes to Karen and Michelle. Much love, Sarah Cleveland
Sarah Cleveland


Michelle, sorry for your loss. Harli and I will have you and you mom in our thoughts.
Harli and Israel Rozental


My deepest sympathies to the Larivee family. Mr Larivee, Thank you for being such a great and fun English teacher.
Efro Nikolaides


Karin and Michelle, I am happy to have had a colleague, mentor, and friend in Steve. He was a wonderful man capable of always bringing a smile to your face. I consider myself fortunate to have able to get to know Steve on a personal level by helping him out around the house for the past ten years. Corey and I have already shared "Steve" stories and been able to smile. I hope we can do the same soon.
Fran Graves


Our deepest sympathy during this difficult period. Steve was always a pleasure to deal with here at the office. Thanks for being a great customer and our thoughts and prayers are with you also. The Mushnick Family, Medway Oil and Propane
Mushnick Family


I am so sorry for your loss. Mr. Larivee was a great English teacher and made it fun to learn. I always looked forward to his class.
Mary Ponton


Sorry for loss of Stephen. my brother Jerry& myself lived couple houses from him growing up his father took us to North High every morning ( great parents).We graduated together class of 1962 sorry I missed him for our 50th love an prayers to the family West Boylston
Michael O Connor


Though I never met Steve personally, he was a great help in getting my late mother Mrs. Eleonora Opatka started with e-mail and Wordperfect through his class and a couple of home visits. She began using the computer in her 80's! We are very thankful for his time and expertise and wish you strength through the days ahead.
Frances (Opatka) Holt


I am so sorry for the loss you and your family are enduring! The Bible provides us with so much comfort. We are told that we will be able to be with our loved ones again! Jesus himself said "Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming when all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out!"-John chapter 5 verses 28 & 29. God also promises us at Revelation chapter 21 verses 3 & 4 that He will wipe out every tear from our eyes, and death will be no more. Neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore, the former things have passed away. I hope that you will gain comfort from the scriptures. Again I am so very sorry for the loss you have suffered!!
Christy


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